55 min

Wynona's House Part 2 - featuring Dr. Barbara Prempeh, Psychologist at Newark Beth Israel Medical Center of RWJ Barnabas Garden State Debate

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Dr. Barbara Prempeh, Psychologist at Newark Beth Israel Medical Center of RWJ Barnabas, continues the dialogue on child advocacy, discusses her role within the regional diagnostic treatment center at Wynona's House Child Advocacy Center of Essex County, and we dive into the other topics, including:
1. Mental Health dynamics of children facing neglect and abuse and resiliency aspects to overcome trauma.
2. Community and Caregivers role in supporting children.
3. The "Covid Wall" mental impacts of children not physically attending school or related activities and their mental health impact; balance of adhering to Covid19 guidelines and mental health impacts now and also when kids return fully to in school instruction and the support they will need.
4. Working with the State of New Jersey on ACEs, Adverse Childhood Experiences and the NJ Office of Resilience.
To connect with Dr. Barbara Prempeh, please reach out to her at connect@bresilientllc.com
Learn about ACEs, how NJ is working to mitigate ACEs, and how to get involved via the following links:
https://www.nj.gov/dcf/documents/NJ.ACEs.Action.Plan.2021.pdf​ (https://www.nj.gov/dcf/documents/NJ.ACEs.Action.Plan.2021.pdf​)
https://www.acesconnection.com/g/NJ-Resiliency-Coalition​ (https://www.acesconnection.com/g/NJ-Resiliency-Coalition​)
***Music Credits to @JeirsCook

Dr. Barbara Prempeh, Psychologist at Newark Beth Israel Medical Center of RWJ Barnabas, continues the dialogue on child advocacy, discusses her role within the regional diagnostic treatment center at Wynona's House Child Advocacy Center of Essex County, and we dive into the other topics, including:
1. Mental Health dynamics of children facing neglect and abuse and resiliency aspects to overcome trauma.
2. Community and Caregivers role in supporting children.
3. The "Covid Wall" mental impacts of children not physically attending school or related activities and their mental health impact; balance of adhering to Covid19 guidelines and mental health impacts now and also when kids return fully to in school instruction and the support they will need.
4. Working with the State of New Jersey on ACEs, Adverse Childhood Experiences and the NJ Office of Resilience.
To connect with Dr. Barbara Prempeh, please reach out to her at connect@bresilientllc.com
Learn about ACEs, how NJ is working to mitigate ACEs, and how to get involved via the following links:
https://www.nj.gov/dcf/documents/NJ.ACEs.Action.Plan.2021.pdf​ (https://www.nj.gov/dcf/documents/NJ.ACEs.Action.Plan.2021.pdf​)
https://www.acesconnection.com/g/NJ-Resiliency-Coalition​ (https://www.acesconnection.com/g/NJ-Resiliency-Coalition​)
***Music Credits to @JeirsCook

55 min